25 comentários em “Ler nas entrelinhas: o politicamente correto judeus e muçulmanos são ruini horrível.

  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 02:53
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    I dont think its meant like that. In the past we said Merry Christmas to strangers. It was polite and nice. Now Christians are too afraid to say it in case they offend someone. I am not religious but when people say that they are really saying have a good christmas. Have a merry day that happens to be dec 25. It doesnt bother me.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 02:57
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    Perez, it looks like you got the rednecks and racists to rear their ugly heads.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 03:11
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    Its respectfull to say happy holidays… instead of merry christmas… because u dont know what the other is actually celebrating!! We live in a multi cultural country we gotta respect others… #becool

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 03:20
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    So is thats what he is doing instead of going to national security briefings. Well at least we’ll have Christmas when the Russians takeover.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 03:33
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    Perez my dear, I love you but it’s you who’s reading between the lines here. Don’t be part of the media that fills people’s heads with nonsense that they’ll believe. I’m not saying Trump is good I’m just saying Don’t put words in his mouth like other media outlets. It’s tacky AF!

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 03:34
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    Doesn’t bother my Jewish self at all when people wish me a Merry Christmas. It’s a special time and people want to spread joy.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 04:33
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    personally, i think it sucks that i truly do feel like i’m supposed to say “oops, sorry!” when i say merry christmas to a store clerk or something. i also think trump sucks. and i think we need to ALL pray for acceptance and work on moving forward.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 04:52
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    We Christians are tired of your views on changing our beliefs and traditions…if u want respect…be prepared to give it!

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 06:33
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    Just as a side note, where I live “Merry Christmas” is often said by non-Christians. There is a large non-white, non-Christian group that have it prominently displayed on their vehicles.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 09:39
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    More to the point, say what you would (depending on your beliefs) and those you are saying it too either accept with a thank you, or walk on. Both parties can continue your day, with no offense to anyone. It’s called courtesy and respect for others. It isn’t hard.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 10:56
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    Let me first state that I DISPISE Trump however I live in Canada and we are politically correct BUT when we say happy holidays to anyone here Muslim, Jewish etc they will all correct us and wish us a merry Christmas

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 12:32
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    You do need to read between the lines. You can’t take ANYTHING at face value with this guy. There’s always a hidden agenda. He had a hidden agenda his whole campaign (the promises he has broken since becoming the president elect).. the divisiveness continues.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 16:46
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    Omg Perez is weird & twisted! The reality is some people need to get over themselves and stop that everything is offending them. You can always make something into nothing and this is one fine example.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 20:37
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    The so-called “war on Christmas” is completely absurd. I’ve never heard of large numbers of people being offended when someone says Merry Christmas; there are isolated incidents and those people are probably just jerks anyway and will complain about anything. I don’t understand why saying happy holidays is offensive to some, it’s inclusive and it means that the person saying it is not making any assumptions about you or what holiday you might celebrate. Being inclusive of other holidays does not take away from Christmas or the spirit of the season but being offended that someone said happy holidays instead of Merry Christmas certainly does.

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  • 13 de dezembro de 2016 em 22:01
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    I don’t remember anyone saying you couldn’t say Merry Christmas. What you can’t do is make everyone else say it.

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  • 14 de dezembro de 2016 em 00:42
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    This nation was built by Christians and on Christian values…deal with it! It’s NOT about being offensive..it’s most of our way of life and we’re proud of it!!

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  • 14 de dezembro de 2016 em 04:42
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    No one ever said you couldn’t say Merry Christmas. there was no “war on Christmas”.

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